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Easter Cookies

OK, so I obsess on fussy details. These cookies were perfect for me.

I made some Easter-shaped sugar cookies, then with the other half of the dough, cut out round cookies with scalloped edges and smaller rounds. I iced them in fun colors.

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Next, I rolled out white fondant, and cut small thin strips with a pizza cutter.

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I poked tiny holes (like eyelet) with a wooden skewer, then trimmed the white strips.

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Next, stack the small round cookies on the large scalloped cookies, using icing to "glue" a white "lace" sash around each "hatband".

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Of course, I loved decorating my hats the most! This slideshow will show you them as well as other Easter cookies:

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Comments (7)

sandrac:

So cute!

Barb Cabot:

They are simply adorable. Write a book will you!

Gorgeous!

I waited 15 minutes to see what you were obsessing over and it was worth it. I love hats, and this solves the problem if you have foolishly said I will eat my hat.

I think the world is lucky that you dont obsess over boy starlets.

Linda:

Wow! Wow! Love them all. I second the book idea!

Paul's easter cookies came from a box by Pillsbury!

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